Turmeric is a powerful herb which offers many health benefits.
Many studies have proven the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity of turmeric. To be more precise, turmeric contains curcumin which is a bioactive compound that increases the antioxidant capacity of the body and prevents free radical damage.
Turmeric acts as a natural antibiotic and disinfectant, so it can replace many medications which always come with side effects.
Turmeric can replace the following medications:
According to a study, turmeric inhibits thrombus formation due to its antiplatelet effects. So, it can be used to treat cardiovascular diseases such as deep vein thrombosis.
According to a study, curcumin has been defined as a natural alternative to anti-inflammatory drugs as it has potent anti-inflammatory abilities. So, anti-inflammatory drugs like Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Sulindac, Naproxen, Tamoxifen, and Phenylbutazone can be replaced with turmeric.
Liptor and Atorvastatin
Another study has shown that turmeric prevents oxidative stress. Also, it helps treat type 2 diabetes as it lowers the blood sugar levels and cholesterol levels.
Prozac and Imipramine
A research study examined the effects of these drugs and turmeric on the nervous system. It was shown that turmeric has a better effect on the brain and the nervous system. Therefore, it one of the most effective natural solutions for treating depression and improving your mood.
According to a study which was published in The International Journal of Cancer, turmeric has been proven as a more effective antiproliferative agent compared to the commonly used chemotherapy drug oxaliplatin. Also, scientists have confirmed that turmeric has powerful anti-cancer properties.
A study has proven that curcumin is much more effective in treating eye inflammation than steroids in patients diagnosed with eye disease.
Turmeric regulates your blood sugar levels and prevents insulin resistance. A number of studies have shown that the active compound in turmeric, curcumin, is 400 times more effective than Metmorfin.
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